Month: July 2020

Better Technology Leads to Better Dental Care

Better technology is often more precise and more efficient. This leads to better results, whether you’re trying to paint your house, make a smoothie, or repair your teeth. The dental technology used by your dentist has a tangible effect on your treatment. Better technology leads to better dental care, and that means shorter recovery times,… Read more »

How to Deal with Gingivitis if It Develops

Some oral health concerns, like bad breath, seem like more immediate problems than others. For most people, bad breath is something they have to deal with every day when they wake up in the morning. Concerns like tooth decay or gingivitis (the early stage of gum disease) might seem like distant worries by comparison, but… Read more »

Helping Kids Prevent Cavities to Avoid Having to Treat Them

When children develop cavities, it’s important to treat them as soon as possible to stop them from causing any more significant damage to your tooth’s structure. Fortunately, treating cavities is typically easy, especially when they’re addressed in their early stages. Even better is the fact that they’re also highly preventable, and we can offer several… Read more »

Why Are Clear Aligners Preferable?

When your teeth aren’t aligned the way they’re meant to be, learning that you have to straighten them might create mixed feelings. You might be excited at the prospect of improving your smile’s appearance as well as your overall oral health, yet hesitant about wearing metal brackets and wires on your teeth for the next… Read more »

The Dangers of Ignoring Tooth Loss

The noticeable impacts of losing a tooth can often be significant enough to make the need to replace it obvious. However, this isn’t always the case, and the problems that can result from losing one or more teeth go far beyond the impact to your smile’s appearance. Today, we explore the potential dangers of ignoring… Read more »

Why We Recommend Placing Dental Crowns in One Day

When your dentist recommends placing a dental crown over your tooth, it’s often because the tooth in question is damaged or blemished severely. To restore or improve the tooth, capping its entire visible crown structure is the best way to correct the issue. Given the nature of most oral health concerns and their tendency to… Read more »